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I don’t think it’s too dramatic of me to say that 2019 was a somewhat trying year. Judging by the seemingly never-ending commentary on the state of the nation, the high street, and consumer spending that hit my inbox over the past 12 months, I’m in awe that we’ve actually made it through the other side in one piece.

December’s General Election has come and gone, and by the time you read this, I’m going to predict that Brexit is still doing whatever the hell Brexit wants (and the chances are, you still don’t know exactly what’s happening). But let’s be positive! It’s a new year and a chance to pull away from all the talk of uncertainty around leaving the EU and get your business’s 2020 vision into focus. And the bumper PCR December/January issue well help you do just that.

In this issue you will find an array of industry experts talking about tech trends for the year ahead, markets that they expect to see grow in 2020 and beyond, and new ways their business models are evolving.

As this is our audio special, we’re bringing you a Big Interview with Jabra’s Nigel Dunn, Poly’s Greg Miller chats about True Wireless, and we have a guide to the latest headphone and speakers.

In PCR’s December 19 / January 20 issue:

– Retail Analysis: Refurb renaissance
– The Big Interview: Jabra’s Nigel Dunn
– CES Preview
– Tech Trends for 2020
– Top 5 Tech: Lenovo’s Andrew Line
– PCR’s 2020 Features List
– Smart tech at retail
– Interview: Poly’s Greg Miller
– How has piracy affected your business?
– In My Team: Dolphin Computer Repairs
– Sector Guide: Laptops
– Crowdfunding Corner
– Sector Guide: Headphones and Speakers
– Life in the Channel: Westcon-Comstor’s Paul Cunningham

Read the latest edition of PCR’s monthly magazine below:

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